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Bread for the World, a collective Christian voice urging our nations decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad, is seeking a regional organizer to build, organize and strengthen a regional grassroots network to help Bread accomplish its legislative goals toward ending hunger and poverty in the United States and internationally. Devotes 90% of time to grassroots organizing in assigned states (DE, NY, NJ, PA, ME). Devotes 10% of time to general department work. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor degree or four years of equivalent work experience and a minimum of 5 years' of work experience performing broadly similar responsibilities. This position is based in NY or other Northeastern states within one hour of a major airport. If you are interested in applying, please click on the link below. Please be sure to upload your cover letter and resume when applying online. Bread is an EOE.
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